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Sentence count:56Posted:2022-04-16Updated:2022-04-16
Similar words: corridaharridanoverrideoverridingoverriddenderrisderrickderriereMeaning: n. French philosopher and critic (born in Algeria); exponent of deconstructionism (1930-2004). 
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1 Derrida reverses this priority by making all apparently logocentric forms of discourse secondary and indeed illusory.
2 Derrida himself is interested in the tension created between discursive play and history.
3 Anyone who can say so clearly just what Derrida is saying, or doing, immediately puts the reader in his debt.
4 Unlike Searle he admires Derrida,[] and believes that he is genuinely concerned with major philosophical questions.
5 The dispute between Derrida and Foucault was less a question of text versus history than an argument about history itself.
6 And it is their Derrida, the nihilist or joker, who has been so influential in literature departments.
7 Derrida as joker undermines all practices and ideas, including his own.
8 Derrida Deconstruct the privileging of shit over crap.
9 Jacques Derrida is famous for deconstructionism.
10 Now you have now read some Derrida.
11 Rilke and Derrida, who draw the outline of development of Zheng Min's writing, are to aspects of Zheng Min's poetic resources.
12 Jacques Derrida, Paul Ricoeur, And The Marginalization Of Christianity: Can The God Of Presence Be Saved?
13 Derrida famously, notoriously, said "there is nothing outside the text," right? What he meant by that, of course, is that there's nothing but text.
14 As last week's obituaries have already recorded, Derrida was the founding father of deconstruction.
15 And remember, you’ll get more out of reading Derrida on Plato if you read Plato first.
16 Derrida is aware of it in advance. He says in effect, "Look, I know we're running this risk in saying everything is language," or, if you will here, everything is discourse.
17 This is a metaphor that Derrida frequently uses, as a kind of writing on the ear.
18 Jacques Derrida, the world famous thinker, philosopher, and the founder of Deconstructionism, has been exerting an enormous influence on almost all the branches in the humanities.
19 What does emerge from it is that Norris's way of reading Derrida is likely to make considerable demands on the reader.
20 Arguing for what he believes to be the right way of reading Derrida, Norris makes what is essentially a forensic case.
21 At this point we can cast a glance back at Derrida.
22 This is the position of Christopher Norris, who modestly but firmly maintains that all anglophone readers except himself have misunderstood Derrida.
23 Palimpsest is a metaphor commonly used by deconstructionists, particularly Jacques Derrida.
24 This sensitivity to the style, subtle tendencies and holistic vision requires an insight similar to that needed to overcome what Jacques Derrida identified as the problem of Western logocentrism.
25 Now I do want to go back to the relationship between Derrida and Levi-Strauss.
26 The very idea of institution---hence of the arbitrariness of the sign---is unthinkable before the possibility of writing and outside of its horizon. (Of Grammatology by Jacques Derrida.
27 What he quotes from Levi-Strauss would seem, on the face of it, to have exactly the same kinds of reservation and hesitation about the emergence or birth of language that Derrida himself has.
28 The thesis employs a theory of macroscopical language theory from deconstructive translation proposed by Derrida.
29 Second, they look to post-structuralist thinkers, like Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida, who argue that social relations are determined by discourse and language.
30 Here, the concept of "institution" is not only in the sense of "the institution of literature" that Jacques Derrida pointed out, but also in the means of what he calls the "text".
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